Monthly Archives: April 2017

Find the right fit for your home-away-from-home at UWF

By Alicia Adams
Staff Writer

Students at the University of West Florida have many options when it comes to housing, both on and off campus. There are advantages and disadvantages to both, and students must make the choice that is the best fit for them.

It’s official: Martha Saunders is UWF’s new president

By Elizabeth Gray
Staff Writer

The Center for Fine and Performing Arts was the site of the ceremony installing Martha Saunders as the sixth president of the University of West Florida on Friday.

UWF recovers from losing streak with 11-4 victory over Columbus State

By Brooke Weber
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s baseball team bounced back against Columbus State University 11-4 on Wednesday after a six-game losing streak.

UWF Argos ‘Strike Out for Cancer,’ but lose 3 to Delta State over the weekend

By Shawna Moore

Staff Writer

The Argos faced fifth-in-the-nation Delta State University in a weekend series dubbed “Strike Out for Cancer.”

CAB After Dark goes carnival crazy

By Elizabeth Gray
Staff Writer

The UWF Campus Activity Board put on its largest event of the year Friday night.

CAB After Dark was carnival-themed with carnival-style food vendors and 15 novelties and attractions, including a trampoline bungee and a mechanical bull.

Come discuss the ‘Un-Discussable’

By Taylor Hall
Staff Writer

If you’ve ever felt the need to meet with others to discuss your views and learn the opinions of others, then Discussing the Un-Discussable is the place for you.

UWF elects new SGA officers, senators

By Kenny Detwyler 
Contributing Writer 

The results are in, and the student body has chosen new representatives for the 2017-2018 school year.

Financial boot camp encourages students to start saving now for retirement

By Tom Moore
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida Executive Mentor Program, with Pen Air Federal Credit Union, presented a Financial Boot Camp on Wednesday, focusing on retirement plans.

Men win, women lose as tennis teams face off against Columbus State

By William Watson
Staff Writer

The University of West Florida’s tennis teams matched up against Columbus State’s Cougars in Thursday’s doubles and singles matches at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex.

Fraternities, sororities unite in newly resurrected Greek Week

By William Watson

Staff Writer

Fraternity and Sorority Life brought back Greek Week last week, after the event was on hiatus for the past few years.

The four-day event started on Wednesday and gave Greek students opportunities to participate in many events on any of the days. The theme for the week was a throwback to the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, and teams were separated into those categories for the events.